Watch Bill Clinton Flub Another Interview Question About His Treatment of Women on Colbert

Former President Bill Clinton was asked by Late Show host Stephen Colbert about his poorly received TODAY Show interview and set him up for a re-do.


Clinton flubbed it again.

The former president continued to make the issue about himself, insinuated that the interview was unfairly edited and claimed he's faced hardships due to his admitted past behavior.

“Here’s what I want to say, it wasn’t my finest hour,” Clinton said. “But the important thing is, that was a very painful thing that happened 20 years ago and I apologized to my family, to Monica Lewinski and her family, to the American people.”

“I’ve had to live to the consequences every day since," he whined.

Clinton eventually remembered a perfunctory nod toward women's rights.

“I still believe this #MeToo movement is long-overdue, necessary and should be supported."

Watch below.

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